|Rag Radio 2010-10-12 / Author & Texas Music Historian Jan Reid - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Jan Reid is an author and music historian, and a writer-at-large for Texas Monthly. His writing has also appeared in Esquire, GQ, Slate, and the New York Times. His books include "Texas Tornado: The Life and Times of Doug Sahm," "The Improbable Rise of Redneck Rock" (considered the definitive tale of Austin music in the 1970's), the novel "Comanche Sundown," and books about Tom DeLay and Karl Rove...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Jan Reid; Doug Sahm; Texas Music; Texas Monthly; Authors; Jesus Chavez; Texas Book Festival
|The El Wayno Loco Show : This Week's Model - El Wayno Loco|
This Week's Model starts off with three different versions of "Hickory Wind"; first by Joe Goldmark (with Gary Claxton on vocals), second by BR5-49 and third by Gillian Welch. From there it moves on to some Doug Sahm, as well as several covers of Doug's work. The second set stays in the country of country, and the third set is more of my "Angels" set, as a work in progress. All in all a rather good effort if I say so myself...
Keywords: Joe Goldmark; Gary Claxton; BR5-49; Gillian Welch; The Mavericks; Vince Gill & Paul Franklin; Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell; Doug Sahm; The Bottle Rockets; Jimmie Vaughan; Ringo Starr; The Gourds; Alejandro Escovedo; The Backsliders; Dwight Yoakam; James Intveld; Blackie and The Rodeo Kings; Ray Wylie Hubbard; The Jayhawks; The Bo Deans; They Might Be Giants; JP, Chrissie & The Fairground Boys; Tom Petty; George Harrison; Al Stewart; Jane Siberry with k.d. Lang; Nik Kershaw; Paul Simon; Kirsty MacColl; The Rolling Stones; Lucinda Williams; Elvis Costello; Graham Gouldman; Leon Russell & Elton John; The Derailers featuring Buck Owens; Rod Stewart; John Prine; Lucinda Williams & David Crosby; Patti Griffin; Tim Ries
|The El Wayno Loco Show : One Word Song Title Songs - El Wayno Loco|
In which El Wayno Loco decides to play nothing but one word song title songs. Hallelujah! Artists in this broadcast: David Bowie, Islands, Cracker, Aimee Mann, Susan Tedeschi, Bruce Henderson, Robert Ellis, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Glenn Tilbrook, Chris Difford, Paul McCartney, Nick Heyward, Nick Lowe, Nik Kershaw, Prefab Sprout, Joni Mitchell, Brandy Clark, Kim Richey, Karen Poston & The Crystal Pistols, Kelly Willis, Doug Sahm, Tailgators, Graham Parker, ZZ Top, The Rolling Stones, Traffic, The ...
Keywords: David Bowie; Islands; Cracker; Aimee Mann; Susan Tedeschi; Bruce Henderson; Robert Ellis; Bob Dylan; Elton John; Glenn Tilbrook; Chris Difford; Paul McCartney; Nick Heyward; Nick Lowe; Nik Kershaw; Prefab Sprout; Joni Mitchell; Brandy Clark; Kim Richey; Karen Poston & The Crystal Pistols; Kelly Willis; Doug Sahm; Tailgators; Graham Parker; ZZ Top; The Rolling Stones; Traffic; The Jayhawks; The Who; Cream; George Harrison; Sponge; John Baldry; Sly & The Family Stone; Prince; Talking Heads; JP; Chrissie & The Fairground Boys; Dire Straits; Mark Flanagan and Jimmy Bergin; John Fulbright; Dwight Yoakam
|The El Wayno Loco Show : Dia de Muertos 2014 - El Wayno Loco|
This show happened to fall on the actual Day Of The Dead aka Dia de Muertos, a holiday observed throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. It is particularly celebrated in Mexico where November 1 is All Saints Day, and the adult spirits come to visit. Many other cultures around the world have similar traditions of a day set aside to visit the graves of decease...
Keywords: Ian Dury and The Blockheads; Kirsti MacColl; Champ Hood; Doyle Bramhall; Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble; Jools Holland and His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra; Edwin Starr; Solomon Burke; George Harrison; Joe Strummer and Jimmy Scott. Amy Winehouse; Arthur Lee; Love; Gerry Rafferty; Andrew Gold; John Baldrey; Dave Brubeck; Bob Welch; Richie Havens; Sarah Elizabeth Campbell; Alvin Lee; Ten Years After; JJ Cale; Dusty Springfield; Joe Goldmark with Gary Claxton; Buck Owens; Ray Price; Doug Sahm; Django Reinhardt; Liberace; Nicky Hopkins; Howard Tate; Stephen Bruton; Gene Pitney; Ricky Nelson; Robert Palmer; John Barry; Elvis Presley; JXL; The Skeletons; The Morrels; Ray Condo and his Ricochets; Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash; Roger Miller; Louis Prima; John Lennon
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|The El Wayno Loco Show : Psychedelic Music 102 / Rock Away - El Wayno Loco|
This is a continuation of our lesson in Psychedelic Music 101, last taught in Episode 20 (20 November, 2010), as well as about an hour and 15 minutes of plain old rocking tunes. Some of the tunes in lesson 101 may also appear in lesson 102. The lesson features music from The Moody Blues, Traffic, R.E.M., The Fraternal Order of The All, Andrew Gold, The Rolling Stones, Blood, Sweat and Tears, The Temptations, Jimi Hendrix, The Dukes of Stratosphear, Simon and Garfunkel, Dwight Yoakam, Webb Wilder...
Keywords: The El Wayno Loco Show; Psychedelic Music 102; The Moody Blues; Traffic; R.E.M; The Fraternal Order of The All; Andrew Gold; The Rolling Stones; Blood; Sweat and Tears; The Temptations; Jimi Hendrix; The Dukes of Stratosphear; Simon and Garfunkel; Dwight Yoakam; Webb Wilder; George Harrison; Donovan; Leon Russell; Marc Benno; The Music Machine; Love; The Doors; Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3; Lenny Kravitz; Terry Manning; The Sutherland Brothers and Quiver; Squeeze; Procul Harem; Country Joe & The Fish; Paul Revere and The Raiders; Doug Sahm; Barrence Whitfield and The Savages; The Tailgators; The Gourds; The Band; Dave Stuckey and The Rhythm Gang; Matt Bianco; JD McPherson; Big Sandy; Roy Orbison; Robert Gordon; The Brian Setzer Orchestra; Imelda May; Southern Culture On The Skids; John Fogerty; Duane Eddy; Gary Lucas; Elizabeth McQueen; JJ Cale; John Prine
|The El Wayno Loco Show : For Your Enjoyment - El Wayno Loco|
No theme this time, just a great mix of music created for your enjoyment. This podcast features music from Alison Krauss, Gillian Welch, Tift Merritt, Patty Griffin, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, Big Head Todd and The Monsters, Howard Jones, George Harrison, Chris Isaak, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Dawn Upshaw, Elton John, CSNY, Harry Nilsson, Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives, Brian Setzer Orchestra, Jools Holland and His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, Benny Goodman and his Orchestra,...
Keywords: The El Wayno Loco Show; For Your Enjoyment; Alison Krauss; Gillian Welch; Tift Merritt; Patty Griffin; Paul McCartney; The Beatles; Big Head Todd and The Monsters; Howard Jones; George Harrison; Chris Isaak; Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers; Dawn Upshaw; Elton John; CSNY; Harry Nilsson; Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives; Brian Setzer Orchestra; Jools Holland and His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra; Benny Goodman and his Orchestra; Tom Jones; Paolo Nutini; The Mavericks; Texas Tornados; The Bottle Rockets; Flaco Jimenez with The West Side Horns; Doug Sahm; Jimmie Vaughan; Boz Scaggs; Blood Sweat and Tears; Johnny Nicholas; J. J. Cale; Eric Clapton and Friends; Traveling Wilburys; Traffic; Brownout; Frank Zappa and The Mothers; They Might Be Giants; Cake; XTC; Supertramp; Elton John; Talking Heads; Garland Jeffreys; The Philosopher Kings; Etta james; Howard Tate; Barrence Whitfield; All The King's Men; Cheap Trick; Rockpile; Raul Malo
|People United 2014 Jan 10 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features cultural historian Jeff Mellard on his book Progressive Country: How the 1970s Transformed the Texan in Popular Culture. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on November 13, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Jason Mellard; Progressive Country; How the 1970s Transformed the Texan in Popular Culture; Texas State University; University of Texas at Austin; Eliot Tretter; University of Calgary; MonkeyWrench Books Collective; Molly Odintz; John Shelton Reed; Doug Rossinow; Jan Reid; Travis Stimeling; Barry Shank; Bruce Schulman; Andreas Killan; 1973; 1970s; 1980s; history; historiography; popular culture; popular music; vernacular music; country music; country rock; rock music; blues; punk rock; Austin music scene; civic identity; Texas identity; Texan; authenticity; construction; naturalize; defamiliarize; dominance; subversion; rearticulation; establishment; counterculture; subculture; generation gap; ideology; social attitudes; social movements; consumer markets; politics; hippie; cowboy; redneck; cosmic cowboy; whiteness; white; Anglo; black; African American; Chicano; Latino; Hispanic; Tex-Mex; race; ethnicity; class; socio-economic; gender; masculinity; machismo; misogyny; feminism; men; women; gay; lesbian; sexuality; sexual orientation; age; youth; demographics; student press; alternative press; rock press; The Daily Texan; The Rag; Rolling Stone; Chet Flippo; Ed Ward; Lester Bangs; John Morthland; Bud Shrake; Larry L King; Confessions of a White Racist; Willie Nelson; Kinky Friedman; Commander Cody; Lost Planet Airmen; Billy Joe Shaver; Asleep at the Wheel; Michael Murphey; Jerry Jeff Walker; Lost Gonzo Band; Waylon Jennings; Doug Sahm; B W Stevenson; Jerry Wexler; Atlantic Records; Jim Franklin; Eddie Wilson; Shiva's Head Band; Shiva's Headband; Armadillo World Headquarters; Vulcan Gas Company; The Split Rail; Students for a Democratic Society; La Raza Unida; Antone's; Clifford Antone; Stevie Ray Vaughan; Jeff Friedman; Sissy Farenthold; Barbara Jordan; Ann Richards; Jim Hightower; Gonzalo Barrientos; Texas